After having listened to Louis Armstrong’s “West End Blues” on your own and with the Voice Thread lectures, write a short analysis of the recording. You can use the listening chart that you developed to guide your writing. In your analysis, use musical vocabulary and apply some of the listening skills you have worked on.
- For the paper, write one paragraph that describes the ensemble, identifying all of the instruments of the ensemble. Use vocabulary of rhythm and tempo to describe the whole ensemble’s performance. Identify the meter of the music and the song form.
- In the next paragraph, explain, in detail, the form of the music. Describe which instrument “takes the lead” and which instruments are accompanying the lead for each chorus. In each new chorus, describe the change in lead instrument and which instruments leave the chorus. For example: “In the first chorus this instrument is the lead… Later in the third chorus, a new instrument takes the lead.”
- Last, explain what is interesting or meaningful to you about the recording and the experience of close listening. This paragraph can be subjective and from your perspective, but you may include historical information about Louis Armstrong or jazz to support your discussion.
A network is a vastly beneficial system that allows you to connect with the rest of the world. In this essay, I will be looking in depth at network liabilities, exploitation by the government, and the tools available to the government. I will also be exploring the conspiracies related to government data monitoring, how network exploitation occurs and how the government monitors the network. State Network Monitoring Schemes There are many surveillance projects launched by the government to monitor public data. Some of these schemes are even on an international scale, for example, the ECHELON project which operates on behalf of New-Zealand, United Kingdom, United States, Australia and Canada. The idea for this project was established by the five countries in the 1960s and the project commenced in 1971. ECHELON is a signal intelligence collection and analysis network. It enables the government of these five nations to intercept signals, especially communication signals. It collects data through a vast range of satellites which monitor any forms of communication. To manage web traffic, they can use a “sniffer” device. “Sniffer” devices detect congestion in a network and as such, are used to regulate the flow of traffic. However, they can also be used to capture data packets.  This scheme allowed them to tap into a person’s phones call via the satellite using a method known as Downlink Interception. When you are calling someone, you transmit a signal to a satellite which redirects the signal to the person you are trying to contact. During this transmission, any ground station with an antenna facing the satellite can intercept the signal. If a computer catches the signal, a program called “Oratory” is enlisted to analyse the signal by isolating target words in all the common languages and dialects on this planet.  The government has monitoring schemes in place to prevent terrorism of any form doing damage to their economy. This could possibly offer the public a sense of security as if people knew they were being watched they would think before committing a crime. On the other hand, it may spark a sense of fear in other people due t>GET ANSWER